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'm ivette torres, and welcome to the usic) road to recovery 2012. this episode highlights the many accomplishments of the 2011 national recovery month observance as we look forward to a successful celebration in 2012. throughout the country, millions of americans have been making their voices heard by telling their story of recovery from mental and substance use disorders.
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.org. it is a wonderful day, and i'm going to go get a burrito. going to go get a burrito. [music] hello, i am ivette torres and welcome to another edition of the road to recovery . today, we will be talking about our military service members, veterans, and their families; and providing support for their substance use and mental health problems. joining us in our panel today are: jennifer crane, operation enduring freedom veteran, outreach assistant, give an hour, coatesville, pennsylvania; dr. barbara cohoon, deputy director, government relations, national military family association, washington dc; dr. mike haynie, executive director and founder, institute for veterans and military families, syracuse, ny; a. kathryn power, samsha strategic initiative lead for military families and regional administrator region 1, substance abuse and mental health services administration, u.s. department of health and human services, boston, massachusetts. kathryn, there's approximately 2.3 million active military men and women and about 22 million vets. um, talk to us a little bit about why military families are im
(music) hello, i'm ivette torres, and welcome to the road to recovery 2011 , a showcase of events. throughout this year, millions of americans have been making their voices heard by telling their story of recovery from substance use and mental disorders. they know that they are not alone in their journey of recovery, that family, friends, and entire communities are walking alongside them, to help them lead healthy and rewarding lives. as the power of recovery becomes a reality for them, they're learning how important they are to their family, friends, and community. more and more, we can all see that prevention works, treatment is effective, and people can and do recover. recovery benefits everyone. for more than 20 years, national recovery month has honored and celebrated persons in recovery and helped to educate and inform others about the process of recovery. we know that almost 1 in 10 americans struggle with a substance use disorder and that about 1 in 5 americans has a mental health problem. treatment and recovery are the pathway forward for these individuals, a pathway lead
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